drought as you know, extreme drought. the frontal boundary only has a skinny little bit of moisture where it and high pressure is still ruling over us so we don't have much in the ay of cloud cover. but during the day tomorrow, a couple of high, thin clouds float on in and then a bit of an increase in cloud cover tomorrow afternoon. so here is your forecast for friday. with the frontal boundary getting close, we are still under the influence of the high pressure. but as this gets closer, i think most of the moisture goes to the north and only spotty showers or sprinkles expected as the front crosses the d.c. area tomorrow night. so that means for tonight, mainly clear and 50s in the suburbs and 63 degrees for the district. and then we are still right back up to about 83 degrees tomorrow. it is mostly sun with some clouds in the afternoon and again sprinkles or maybe a light shower after 7:00 tomorrow. but not a big deal, believe me. at 8:00 in the morning, not as chilly, 67 degrees. by noon, about 79 under mostly sunny skies and some clouds.